Porto has been crowned Portuguese champions for the 30th time in Portuguese league history following Zaidoo Sanusi’s dramatic stoppage time win against Benfica on Saturday. FC Porto became national champions after beating Benfica 1-0 on Saturday at the Estadio da Luz on the 33rd day of the Portuguese Bwin League. Nigerian left-back Zaidu Sanusi scored the goal that gave Porto their 30th Portuguese league title, beating Benfica 1-0 to clinch the title against Sporting Lisbon on Saturday.

Porto is thrilled to have won and will now see Benfica four points behind them in the Portuguese Liga. The result places Sporting fourth in Portugal’s league and leaves Benfica four points behind and well further away from the title. With only one game left to play, Porto is now six points ahead of Sporting CP, who won the league last year, while Benfica is 17 points behind Porto in third place. Super Eagles star Zaidu Sanusi helped Porto to their 30th league win after scoring a superb stoppage-time milestone against Benfica in a 1-0 win at the Estadio da Luz. Super Eagles’ left-back Zaidu Sanusi caused severe damage when he made a great pass to Pepes’ pass to secure a 1-0 victory for Porto and, most importantly, their 30th Portuguese title.

Porto has an advantage in the classic games, having won 10 of their last 20 matches against Benfica’s just four. Under the leadership of Sergio Conceiçao, Porto has won three of the previous five championships, while Benfica and Sporting CP have each won one in that period. After the confirmation of the national champion, Sergio Conceição spoke about the victory over Benfica and noted that Porto was more substantial than everyone else in the top national competition.

CD Tondela will host Boavista in a Primeira Liga match that will entertain all football fans. Tondela is hoping for a better result after losing 3-0 in Primera Liga last against Gil Vicente. Tondela has managed to add 15 points to his account in the previous 16 La Liga games, which puts him in just 13th place in the league. Based on their 16 games played in La Liga, Boavista managed to add 16 points to their account, which puts the team in 11th place in the league. Boavista will look to score all three points and increase their chances of survival when they host Tondela in the Primeira League on Friday night.  Tondela didn’t score in 27% of home games and didn’t score in 45% of away games, while Boavista didn’t score in 36% of away games and didn’t score in 45% of home games, which adds even more weight to our no-goal prediction which we feel the game will end in a draw.